I'd look at using tasks. That way it's easy to monitor those you have created and you can also implement UC or OLA's with those groups and monitor/nag them automatically!
Moving this one out of Knowledge Management to Query Design. You could also have a query that looks for assignments to that group of any status rather (than only those which are active) but only showing incidents which are not yet closed.
I do have queries setup that track active incidents separated by the groups in our IT department. What I'd lie to do is have a query that lists all active incidents that the analyst has reassigned to another person or group.
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You could create queries based on Incident.Latest Assignment.Created by = Current User but this would miss calls that had then gone on to be reassigned again by other users.
Otherwise I think you'd need to write the query based on the assignment object itself.
We also use a "Tag Call" system, where analysts can use a "Tag this Call" action on Incidents they are particularly interested in, and quickly show a list of such calls, regardless of assignment or status.